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Toshiba intros Glasses-less 3D TV

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: November 30, 2010

In a regional launched yesterday at Suntec Convention Center here in Singapore, Toshiba launched a series of Regza LED TVs for the Asean market including the first glasses-less 3D TV. Toshiba's flagship model for 2011 is the 55ZL800, a 55-inch 3D TV to be introduced for the Japanese market. The Regza ZL800 features a CEVO Engine, mega LED panel with 2D-3D conversion. Dynamic contrast goes up to 9,000,000 is to 1. The ZL800 comes with active 3D glasses when on 3D mode. The other model, the Regza WL700, is slimmer 3D TV that comes in 46" and 55" models. Designed…

Moverio BT-200 smart glasses add real-life subtitles

Relevance: 97%      Posted on: February 28, 2014

The Moverio BT-200, one of Epson's latest wearable devices, doesn't only add subtitles to movies, but it can also display subtitles in live performances. Over in Japan, there's an upcoming opera and the Moverio BT-200 smart glasses will be used. How it basically works is by using what they call a 'potaVee' which is an area-limited, Wi-Fi multicasting platform that delivers the timing-synchronized subtitles to all the smart glasses inside the opera house and displays them while still being able to see through the transparent glass. Also, there is a specific subtitle app for the BT-200. This way, even if…

Gadmei P83: Glasses-less, naked-eye 3D PMP

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: July 26, 2011

While we're starting to see more and more manufacturers going into the tablet craze, other small-time companies are on its way to offer glasses-less 3D tablets like the Gadmei P83 PMP player. PMP (personal media players) can be considered as bumed-tablets (or feature-tablets) since all they can do is play music and all sorts video. This one can do 3D too. They're much cheaper too -- the Gadmei P83 3D sells for only $169 (saw it over at HK-based Marvel Digital). Gadmei P83 3D PMP 8" LCD display @ 1280 x 768 pixels 4GB internal storage up to 32GB via…

Epson to construct new plant in the Philippines

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: December 4, 2014

Seiko Epson Corporation (SEC) recently announced that it will construct a new plant to be located in Lipa City, Batangas to meet the increasing inkjet printer and 3LCD projector production volumes. Seiko Epson will invest 12.3 billion Yen (~Php4.58 billion) in manufacturing subsidiary Epson Precision (Philippines) Inc. (EPPI) for the construction of the new plant in Batangas which will produce inkjet printers, projectors, and smart glasses. Blue area is planned site of construction of the new plant. State-of-the-art facilities will be constructed inside the existing site including a mega solar power generation system with a capacity of approximately 3,000 kWh…

LG Infinia LX9500 Full LED 3D TV gets priced

Relevance: 50%      Posted on: July 31, 2010

First announced back in March, the LG Infinia LX9500 is said to be the world's first full LED 3D TV. LG Philippines has tipped us of the suggested retail price when the unit arrives in the Philippines this September. The unit is very slim and sleek -- just 22.3mm on the side. Works great as a flat 2D Full HD TV but does better as a 3D TV (when content permits) using active 3D glasses. There are two models -- one in 47" and another in 55". And since you'd want to hang this up on the wall, the unit…

Technorati Tag “Philippines” for all Pinoy Blogs

Relevance: 49%      Posted on: May 19, 2006

We've discussed the issue of how to tag blogs as Pinoy for a localized search with Migs, I suggested that Technorati tagging could be a good method to approach the problem. The same solution could be used for identifying the Philippine's Technorati Top 100 here. But not everyone is subscribed to Technorati and not all Filipino bloggers are using "Philippines" as one of their tags. Take a look at this: Blogs about: Philippines on Technorati. It already ranks blogs that has the tag "Philippines" on their profiles. As of now, tehcnorati has tracked 598 blogs about "Philippines" and you can…

What will happen to Sony-Ericsson Philippines?

Relevance: 49%      Posted on: February 22, 2012

Now that Sony has finalized the buyout of Sony-Ericsson, the new handset company will be named Sony Mobile Communications. So what happens to the folks over at Sony-Ericsson. I happen to talk to one executive from the company who gave me some possible scenarios. I am told that Sony-Ericsson Philippines will eventually be dissolved and Sony Philippines will take over the mobile phone brand. As for the folks from SE Philippines, they will all be invited to move and work for Sony Philippines under the mobile handset division. What we're not sure is if the GM and some of the

SEO Philippines Anniversary & Grand EB

Relevance: 48%      Posted on: September 11, 2006

The long awaited SEO Philippines Awarding Night for the Isulong SEOPH Contest is nearing. What: SEO Philippines Grand EB When: September 30, 2006 (7:30 PM to 9:30 PM) Where: Metrowalk, Ortigas (Pasig City) I just got notice of this from the YahooGroups and I think I'm already late with the confirmation though there are about 23 people confirming to attend the event with an additional 9 more people possibly attending. This should be the event to attend to this month. You'd get to meet and talk with the people in the local SEO industry. Go visit the group to learn…

Amazon to ship Kindle to the Philippines

Relevance: 48%      Posted on: October 7, 2009

Amazon has just announced it will make the Kindle available world wide with an international shipping to over 100 countries, including the Philippines. The Amazon Kindle (the 6" international GSM version) will retail for $279 or just over Php13,000 at current exchange rates. Of course, this does not include customs and other taxes. For the Philippines, it will be available for shipment on October 19 but you can pre-order it now. The map below shows 3G (dark purple) and EDGE/GPRS (light purple) coverage for the Philippines. Accessing this network via the Kindle will be free. There are no monthly fees…

Over 26k FF3 downloads from the Philippines

Relevance: 47%      Posted on: June 19, 2008

Twenty-four hours later, over 7 Million downloads were made for Firefox 3 worldwide surpassing the 5M target by Mozilla. In comparison, Opera 9.5 had 4.7 million downloads in its first 5 days after the June 12 release. In the South East Asian region, the Philippines contributed over 26,000 downloads. What's surprising though is that among the SEA countries, Vietnam took the top spot with close to 34,000 downloads. For a small and upcoming country, Vietnam sure does made an impression in the IT circles. Here's the rundown of the rest: Vietnam - 33,863 Singapore - 27,397 Malaysia - 27,156 Philippines